Let’s be perfectly clear about one thing: Black Lives Matter (BLM) does not care about police brutality. BLM cares only about one thing. Power. The latest silence on the part of American and Canadian BLM chapters provides the starkest illustration of this sentiment yet.
What Trudeau doesn’t get, is that this isn’t about trucks. It’s about working-class Canadians having legitimate grievances that aren’t being addressed. They are suffering under draconian COVID mandates – to the point of being forced to take a vaccine that doesn’t work. In nearby Minnesota, a majority of COVID cases are now among the vaccinated. Trudeau hasn’t even considered the science behind that evidence.
Never mind that government authoritarians in Canada appear to be succeeding in destroying basic human freedoms of their citizens. Pay no attention to the legitimate concerns folks may have about receiving the vaccine, it’s what the government believes that matters. And forget about the permanent damage that’s been inflicted on so many of our neighbors, there are more important things to worry about. Like whether or not a horse was injured during a police crackdown last week.
No, they’re gathering because of the way they feel about Trudeau and the mandates. The appearance of regime journalists on the scene, there to try and frame the issue in a way that makes the protesters look bad, is just an added bonus to the anti-Trudeau crowd because it gives them an opportunity to make as much of a mockery of the regime as they’re making of Trudeau and his tenuous grip on power.
In fractional reserve banking, simultaneous withdrawals by enough depositors will collapse the entire system, it’s a mathematical certainty. Governments’ deposit insurance funds have only a pittance of the deposit liabilities they supposedly insure. Once those funds are depleted the government either closes the banks or informs people they’ve lost their deposits. If that happens in Canada, you’ll have a Depositors’ Insurrection joining the Truckers’ Insurrection.